Long-term plan for organizing work activities (senior group)

File of work assignments senior age

File of work assignments and duties

Senior preschool age

Shatolina Tatyana Yurievna

Household work.

1. “Maintaining order in the closet with toys and manuals.”

Goal: to teach children to independently arrange toys and aids, maintain order in closets, and wipe dust.

2. “Cleaning up building materials.”

Goal: to teach how to wash, dry and lay building materials, to teach children to constantly and promptly maintain order in the play corner, to wash building materials with a soapy solution prepared by the teacher, to rinse and dry them; observe the rules of personal hygiene.

3. “Washing toys.”

Goal: to teach children to put on work aprons before starting work; keep toys in order, wash them, dry them, wipe them and put them in place.

4. “Repairing books.”

Goal: teach children to glue books, use glue and scissors correctly.

5. “We wash the doll’s bedding and clothes.”

Goal: to consolidate the ability to wash doll clothes, to accustom children to neatness and cleanliness.

6. “Repair of boxes for waste material.”

Goal: to consolidate technical skills in working with scissors and glue, cultivate frugality, and the ability to work collectively.

7. “Washing my combs”

Goal: to teach children to help the teacher wash their combs, rinse soaked combs, and clean them with brushes. Develop diligence, the ability to see disorder, and accuracy when working with water. Cultivate a desire to help adults and respect for their work.

8. “Work in the book corner”

Goal: to teach children to select books that need repair, carefully glue them (use glue and scissors correctly, use napkins). Cultivate a caring attitude towards books, a desire to work, and maintain order.

Labor in nature.

1. “Watering indoor plants.”

Goal: to expand children’s knowledge about the needs of plants for light and moisture, to teach how to recognize moisture-loving and drought-resistant, light-loving and shade-tolerant plants by their leaves. Develop accuracy when working with water and plants, confidence in your actions, work skills. Foster a caring attitude towards the natural environment and a desire to take care of it.

2. “Washing indoor plants.”

Goal: to give children an idea of ​​the methods of watering (in a tray, under the leaves) and the rules (do not flood, water evenly); cultivate a desire to care for plants. Invite children to help as much as possible, clarify children’s ideas about indoor plants.

3. “Spraying indoor plants with water from a spray bottle.”

Goal: teach a new work skill; reinforce children’s understanding that leaves also need moisture; cultivate a caring attitude towards plants. Teach children to independently determine the need for watering (by the color and condition of the soil, by the appearance of the plant), and remind them of the watering technique.

4. “Green landing on indoor plants”

Goal: to teach children to determine by the condition of indoor plants what actions are necessary to care for them (watering, cleaning, loosening, fertilizing), to correctly perform the corresponding labor operations, and invite the children to tell about the purpose of each of them.

5. “Taking care of plants.”

Goal: to clarify previously acquired knowledge about ways to keep plants clean, to teach children how to choose a method for removing dust from a plant, focusing on the features of its appearance and structure.

6. “Planting onions.”

Goal: to teach children to set a goal, prepare a workplace, tools and clean up after themselves. To consolidate children's knowledge about the structure of the onion and the conditions necessary for onion growth. Develop labor skills and habits, accuracy when working with land, water and plants. Foster an environmental culture, a desire to achieve results, and participate in a common cause.

7. “Sowing seeds of flowers and vegetables.”

Goal: to give children knowledge that every plant has seeds. Learn the sequence of actions required when sowing seeds; make a hole in the soil for sowing seeds, each time marking with a stick the distance between them and the grooves for small seeds; teach to observe cultural and hygienic skills when working. To consolidate children's knowledge about at what time, which seeds are sown in boxes in a group for preparing seedlings, and which seeds are sown in open ground. Develop labor skills and abilities. Foster an ecological culture, a caring attitude towards the natural environment, and a desire to take care of it.

8. “Planting seedlings, caring for them.”

Goal: to form children’s ideas about the main stages of plant growth and development (seed, sprout, stem with leaves); about the basic methods of growing plants and caring for them (planting in loose soil, watering, loosening the soil, weeding, feeding). When planting seedlings, be careful, as the plants are very fragile. Develop labor skills and habits, accuracy when working with land, water and plants. Foster an ecological culture, a caring attitude towards the natural environment, and a desire to take care of it.

No. 9.
“Planting pea seeds.”
Goal: invite children to tell how a plant grows from a seed, clarify and supplement the children’s answers. To update and specify ideas about the conditions necessary for the growth of peas.

No. 10.
“Loosening the soil of indoor plants.”
Goal: teach children to care for indoor plants; give children knowledge about why it is necessary to loosen the soil of plants; consolidate loosening techniques and rules for using the necessary items for this. Develop labor skills, accuracy. Foster an ecological culture and respect for the environment.


1. “Canteen duty.”

Goal: independently and conscientiously perform the duties of a duty officer; wash your hands thoroughly, put on the clothes of the person on duty, set the table correctly, put away the dishes after eating, sweep the tables with a brush and sweep the floor.

2. “Class duty”

Goal: to teach to independently and conscientiously perform the duties of an attendant, to lay out materials and aids prepared by the teacher for the lesson on tables; wash and put them away after class. Develop hard work and a desire to help adults. Cultivate a desire to work for the benefit of others.

No. 3.
“We will prepare equipment and materials for educational activities.”
Goal: to develop a sense of responsibility for the assigned task, to teach children to carefully lay out materials and equipment for educational activities.

No. 4.
“Keeping your manual closet in order.”
Goal: to teach children to organize manuals on their own, maintain order in closets, and wipe dust.

5. “Washing napkins used in art classes.”

Goal: to teach children the skills of soaping, rinsing and wringing out napkins, to continue to develop a work culture and neatness in the process of work.

6. “Remove plasticine and modeling boards”

Goal: to develop teamwork skills.

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